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Old 11-20-2013   #286
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Originally Posted by TheMatrix31 View Post
Listen, booing your home team is very common. That's not the objection.

The objection is booing WHILE the team is on the field trying to execute a play.
Ever heard of emotion? The booing was a response to Gary Kubiak giving the finger to all the fans in the building that at least had something to cheer for with Case on the field.

DB already touched on it but in an effort to show displeasure with an organization, we the fans have two options: boo or quit buying tickets. In the age of PSLs, no longer buying the ticket only hurts the true fan, not the organization. With the waiting list for season tickets right now, you'd be a fool to give up season tickets at this point.

Yes, ideally the fans would have waiting until AFTER the offense was off the field. But if they did that, then how is the team supposed to know WHAT EXACTLY the fans are booing?!? If it's after the offense goes off the field, they could be booing the whole offense, the defense coming on the field, the special teams, or any number of scenarios. Fans booing when they did sent the message that needed to be sent: we are sick of Matt Schaub and barring injury, do not want to see him step foot on the field again in a Texans uniform. Period.
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